Using WordPress can be frustrating. There seems to be an endless amount of little hitches that can slow you down or stop you completely. You’ll sometimes be able to find a solution online (after digging through a number of sites) or figure it out yourself.
However, one option you might not have considered is working with a WordPress tutor. A tutor can speed up the process and prevent the inevitable headaches that come with something going wrong. They can look at your specific site; take into account your theme, plugins and settings and come up with a custom solution that works for you.
It won’t be a cookie-cutter fix that may or may not work for you; it will be a solution that is unique to your site. Using a tutor will also save you time down the road because they will explain what they’re doing as they do it. Therefore, you’ll be able to solve similar problems yourself in the future.
Even without your own WordPress site, a tutor can introduce you to everything WordPress has to offer and teach you how to use it. There are a lot of options out there for learning how to use WordPress. You can watch videos, read articles, engage on forums and more.
However, the advantage of using a tutor is that your lesson plan is fully tailored to the way you learn and the topics that interest you. If something isn’t making sense, a tutor can go over it many times until it sinks in. By contrast, if something clicks immediately, you don’t need to waste any more time on it. You can just move on and keep the lesson going at the pace you like.
As for TutorGrams, we spend a lot of time hand-picking the best WordPress tutors to make sure you’re happy with the help you get. Our tutors can meet with you online anytime you like.
We use a screen-sharing program that lets you see your tutor’s screen or share your own screen so it feels as though as you’re right next to each other. If you’re unhappy with the help you get for ANY reason, we will gladly refund you.
WordPress is an amazing program and you have a lot of helpful resources to choose from. But whatever your goals with WordPress, it’s worth considering the use of a WordPress tutor.
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